St Clement's, Ewell


  • 307 Kingston Road
  • Ewell
  • Surrey
  • KT19 0BW

020 8393 5572

Please be aware we have new moved to our new website:

Welcome to our Catholic Parish of St  Clements

Diocese Arundel and Brighton (R C) , Bishop Right Rev Richard Moth
Deanery: Epsom and Redhill, Dean     Rev Stephen Hardaker


Serving the community in  East Ewell, West Ewell, Ewell Village and Stoneleigh

            Please Note that as of Monday 6th July 2020

we will be moving our website to

                       Pentecost and After

                 Come Holy Spirit. Fill the  Hearts of Your Faithful

                 And  Enkindle Within Them the Fire of Your Love







                                     Awe and Wonder (Fear of the Lord)

Isaiah 11:1-2

Known as The seven gifts of the Holy Spirit. We pray that individually and collectively we may receive these gifts and use them in building the Kingdom

“Only the Holy Spirit can transform the chaos and injustice the pandemic has exposed into something more beautiful, more peaceful, more just.“
attrib Raniero Cantalamessa

PODCASTS From    Bishop Richard

Pastoral Letter on Reopening of Churches

Sunday week 14

Sts Peter and Paul (Transferred from 29 June)

Previous Podcasts

  During the Pandemic

Many churches are now live streaming Mass.
Please see our Daily Devotions page for details of masses which will be streamed on line.

 Our weekly newsletter is published on line on Saturdays. 

Local Foodbank now takes on line cash donations.

At this time
We wish every blessing to all who visit our  website and

Pray with humility and confidence that the sickness,
which now afflicts us as well as our planet, may soon
be no more, and that we will learn afresh how
to live in love and trust in God...

                      As we celebrate the coming of the Holy Spirit we pray for wisdom and courage for those decision makers
responding to our situations in the UK and worldwide:   may they find solutions which minimise heath, social, spiritual and economic damage.
As we begin gradually to emerge from lock down
we continue to pray for all those serving the community in the health and social care and in the essential services:
may we act responsibly in prom
oting health and wellbeing in our own sometime difficult situations    


We have nearly 500 people regularly attending four varied weekend services. They in turn belong to many groups and activities.


Whether  you are a young family or a senior citizen you will find something for you. 

Alongside our 1960's church, we have a hall which provides for community activity.

Five mornings a week during term time the hall is hired out to a nursery school


The parish is responsible for a one form entry voluntary aided
primary school. ( St Clement's)

St Clement’s Catholic Primary School in the borough of Epsom and Ewell is a voluntary aided school in the Diocese of Arundel & Brighton. The school was founded by and is part of the Catholic Church and is in Trusteeship of the Diocese.

St Clement’s Catholic Primary School was opened in 1972 and had been set up by the
Parish of St Clement, Ewell, the Diocese of Arundel and Brighton and Surrey County Council, for the education of baptised Catholics in the parish of Ewell and Stoneleigh.
The school is conducted as a Catholic school in accordance with canon law, the teachings of the Catholic Church and the Trust Deed of the Diocese of Arundel & Brighton.
It seeks at all times to be a witness to Jesus Christ.

The governors aim to offer a Catholic education. They expect that parents applying for places for their children will accept and uphold the Catholic character and ethos of the school. Nevertheless, the school fully respects the beliefs of parents and children from all denominations and faith backgrounds. Children are taught respect and tolerance for others, and there is provision in the religious education programme for the study of different faiths.

Although the school was set up primarily to serve the Catholic community in the St Clements, Ewell Parish of the Epsom Deanery, the school also serves the parishes of St Matthias, Worcester Park and St Catherine of Sienna , Chessington. 

The deanery has a  voluntary aided RC secondary school (St Andrew's)

Outreach and Ecumensim are part of our Christian way of life, involving us as a Fairtrade Church, supporters of  Cafod and participants in Churches Together


We are on the A240 between Epsom and Kingston.

The tall thin brick one bell tower identifies us.

Do come and see us face to face.

'The parish is part of the Diocese of Arundel & Brighton Diocesan Trust registered charity no.252878